The Albert Pujols soap opera, plenty of prospect talk, Emma Span on fan fiction and Brad Shoemaker of Giant Bomb on video games. What else could you ask for?
The Brewers keep their second baseman and look all the better for it.
Sky lays out what he’s looking for in a Scoresheet trade. Hint: you can keep your pitching prospects.
An artificial deadline expires, costing no one anything.
Can the Rangers repeat despite losing Lee?
The iconic GM of the Chicago Cubs is nobody, and that’s not changing any time soon.
The Twins know how to scout, so they keep churning out talent.
What can the Mets do with their starting shortstop, and what should they do?
Examining umpire calling and catcher framing leads to thought-provoking questions about the amorphous nature of the strike zone.
Giant expectations need tempering, the Dodgers have a situation in left, and the Astros have at least one bat to depend on.
Mark Teahen and rookie Brett Morel are competing for the third base job in the South Side this spring; which one should you hope comes away victorious?
An assemblage of prospects, vagabonds, and tough-luck stories, but some are sure to stick.
The Angels will shell out the most greenbacks, but can they parlay that into a pennant?